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Wednesday, October 19, 2011


This is a favorite recipe for breakfast in my family.
Latka is a Jewish word for a potato pancake.It is
simple and taste very good. Hope that you enjoy this.

Home Made Potato Onion Latka

6-large red potato's peeled & grated
1- large Spanish onion grated 
1- large egg
4 -Tablespoons of plain flour
Pinch of salt & pepper
Oil for frying ( I like Wesson-vegetable)

Peel potato's and grate them small in a bowl. Squeeze out all of 
the potato juice till almost dry and then set aside. Peel onion and
grate also ,squeezing out the onion juice. Add to potato's.
Beat egg and add to potato & onions, and then add flour.
Mix well. If still too moist add more flour. Heat oil in fry pan
(I like black iron skillet ) to medium-medium-low heat. Drop
by tablespoons into oil and flatten just a little. Brown on each side.
Salt and pepper to taste. Serve with applesauce & sour cream.

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Servings:  6-8
Yummy Rating:  10+
Variations: add garlic or green pepper shredded,  use an egg substitute 

Recipe by: Rebekah Owens 

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